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was william sanders, right? william jeremiah sanders. what it says on my birth certificate. and my mom beatrice passed away six months ago. just always told me he was a drunken bum. so, why the sudden interest? my kid came home the other day and asked me to help him with this. reminded me of when i had the same project back in school. now my son's asking about my dad. and you couldn't tell him anything. just want to maybe find out something about him. you know, fill in the blanks. so youmom told you he was murdered? no, no. old philly tribune had a blurb about a billy sanders killed in 1970, eight months before i was born. tracked this down from the ident unit. looks like you. mug shot, huh? guess ma was right. what was he arrested for? disorderly conduct outside a bar. just the one time.ed for? could happen to anybody. paper said he was killed down on wharton street, 1500 block. any idea what he was doing down there? see the calluses? perfectly manicured nails. your pop a musician? don't know. your mother ever mention anyone else, dad's side of the family? nothing. that's why i'm here
moreau? hola. sí. ¿usted es? la doctora sanders, bienvenido. gracias. venga. estará cansado, haré que lo acompañen a su habitación. no es necesario, prefiero empezar a trabajar enseguida. bien, le mostraré el laboratorio. ¿qué era esto antes? era un viejo monasterio. los que financian el proyecto se lo compraron a los locales. ¿por qué tantos guardias armados? acostúmbrese a eso. ♪ ♪ [música clásica rápida] [locutor] "inteligencia: servicios y secretos". ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ doctor moreau. ¿sí? aquí es donde se recoge y selecciona el uranio en forma mineral, luego lo tratamos en este reactor para obtener el concentrado de óxido de uranio. torta amarilla, la transforman en hexafloruro de uranio. exacto, en forma de gas que inyectamos luego en las centrifugas. (hombre) doctora, ya casi estamos listos. perfecto. doctor moreau, le presento a su equipo. (marco) hola, moreau, moreau. mucho gusto. ¿cómo está, doctor? no lo toque. ¿la electricidad y la velocidad de las centrifugas son constantes? perfectamente balanceadas. muy
that transfixed washington this week i'm joined by vermont's independent senator bernie sanders who voted yes on the fiscal cliff bill. thank you for joining us. >> thank you, japan first. >> eliot: first explain why you came down in favor of this bill that is getting a fair bit of criticism from both sides of the aisle. >> it was a tough vote, and i would not be honest with you if i said i didn't consider voting no. if we go over the cliff and 5 trillion-dollar is taken out of the economy you're heading into a major recession, more unemployment. the fact that we prevented 99% of americans from paying higher income taxes very important. two million workers will continue to get unemployment benefits. very important. seniors on medicare will be able to walk into the doctor's office and get treated rather than see their doctors get a 27% reduction in their reimbursement rates. those are the reasons why i voted for it. the arguments against it are several fold. two of the main ones are number one, there was an tremendous tax break on estate tax that will benefit the top three-tenths of 1%. that's
into rich and poor, as our human relationships became ever more complex. archaeologist william sanders. i think all human societies are the product of a process of cultural evolution. in general, this evolution leads to an increase in the size of societies, an increase in the complexity of their interaction and institutions. it also leads to more economic interdependence among households within a society, and among societies. keach: to trace the evolution of human societies in the new world, an archaeological team comes here to mexico's tehuacan valley. the team is led by veteran archaeologist scotty macneish. they are seeking evidence of the first inhabitants of the valley. when macneish first excavated here in 1962, he discovered a time capsule of human occupation at a site called purron cave. macneish: here we are back at purron cave. we really haven't dug in it in almost 30 years. walls all preserved. even the trowel marks we made to mark off strata are still preserved and we have all sorts of neat floors of charcoal one on top of the other. the amazing thing about this cave is that w
for filibuster reform. will the senate actually change the rules and get something done? senator bernie sanders with us tonight. >> good to have you with us tonight, folks. thanks for watching. if you wanted to know why congress has a record low approval rating, all you had to do was watch the circus on capitol hill today. outgoing secretary of state hillary clinton testified before senate and house committees today about the attack on the u.n. consulate in benghazi, libya. the committee members already have access to the full accountability review board report on the attack, as well as classified intelligence reports. secretary clinton has repeatedly taken responsibility for state department failures during the attack, but republican senators were still obsessed with one detail. united nation ambassador susan rice and her description of the attack on september 16th. tea party senator ron johnson of wisconsin grilled secretary clinton over something she had nothing to do with. >> do you disagree with me that a simple phone call to those evacuees to determine what happened would have ascertained
to connect with a wider world and making a difference along the way. nbc's kerry sanders has her story. >> that's good. >> reporter: estellea piefrom knows hard work. >> i started picking beans when i was about 6. >> reporter: the daughter of migrant farm workers, she traveled the harvest from florida to upstate, new york. invisible, she says, until a family wanted to use a rest room or eat. >> very, very few times we were allowed to even go inside of a restaurant and buy takeout food, because we were black. >> reporter: that didn't make her bitter. rather, determined. your dad finished what grade? >> about third grade. >> reporter: and your mom? >> fourth. >> reporter: and you? >> i went to college, got a master's degree. >> reporter: a degree, a 50-year career as a teacher and now at 76 years old, on her brilliant bus. >> doing a great job. >> reporter: her personal crusade to make sure those who are invisible, just like she was, are not. with $900,000, her pension and her entire life savings, she is has bank rolled a rolling wire classroom. >> this bus is a class? >> reporter: a bus
the liberals. senator bernie sanders is here to react. >>> conservatives said the market would die without mitt romney as president. >> the dow is sitting at this five-year high. it's actually been up for ten out of the last 11 sessions. >> we've got to stop being the stupid. >> bobby jindal. >> no, the republican party does not need to change its principles. >> with the same old lines. karen finney and eugene robinson take on the losing strategy. >>> senator saxby chambliss of georgia is a lame duck. tonight we look at his flawed legacy. >>> and more on the fallout from the pbs documentary "the untouchables." why isn't wall street on trial? mike papantonio, head of the national trial lawyers association is here to explain. good to have you with us folks, thanks for watching. the fight is on. the attempt to steal the next presidential election by stealing the electoral college are facing resistance, and the resistance is working. earlier today rnc chairman reince priebus was rewarded for his failures of the 2012 election by being reelected as head of the republican party. good news. priebus tol
of vermont bernie sanders criticized the nomination saying -- at a press conference at the white house thursday, president obama praised the record of jack lew. >> jack has the distinction of having worked and succeeded in some of the toughest jobs in washington and private-sector. as a congressional staffer in the 1980's, he helped negotiate the deal between president reagan and tip o'neill to save social security. and president clinton, he presided over three budget surpluses in a row. so for all the talk out there about deficit-reduction, making sure our books are balanced, this is the guy who did it. three times. he helped oversee one of our nation's finest universities and one of our largest investments. in my administration, his managed operations for the state department and the budget for the entire executive branch. over the past year, i have sought his advice on virtually every decision i've made from economic policy to foreign policy. >> for more on the nomination of jack lew as well as other news about wall street, we're joined by william black, author of "the best way to r
. americans living in poverty is at an all-time high. senator bernie sanders is here with the outrage on inequality. >>> junior seau's test results may finally push the nfl to address head injuries. we're taking a look into the findings. >>> oscar nominations were released today. but how heavy will politics weigh with the academy? >> they stay here, they will be taken. probably not alive. >> david edelstein gives us the scoop. >>> good to have you with us tonight, folks. thanks for watching. another group of parents received the terrifying news today when a shooting erupted at their children's school. at the exact time vice president joe biden was meeting with groups on solutions to gun violence a gunman opened fire at a high school in bakersfield, california about 120 miles northwest of los angeles. police say a 16-year-old shooter was armed with a shotgun. at least two people were shot, including one student who was in critical condition. there is usually an armed police officer at the school. but he was not there today. the gunman was stopped by a teacher and another adult, who tal
voice vowing to block jack lew, coming up we'll have an opportunity to speak with bernie sanders liberal leaning independent who says lew is wrong for america's middle tax. >>> john boehner inviting president obama to deliver the state of the u.n. i don't address to the joint congress february the 12th. a couple of weeks away. >>> president obama is meetinging with afghanistan president hamid karzai at the white house. how many u.s. troops should stay in afghanistan after 2014, if any at all. we'll talk more about that. >>> plus, the flu, now widespread in nearly all 50 states and even if you did not get vaccinated. there's a chance you could still get sick? we'll bring you the details. >>> the big question of you, do you think the hollywood and gaming industry will be as on stin at as the nra when it comes to finding solutions to gun violence? sometimes what we suffer from is bigger than we think ... like the flu. with aches, fever and chills- the flu's a really big deal. so why treat it like it's a little cold? there's something that works differently than over-the-counter remedies. pr
and we will go back and forth and senator baldwin, murphy, sanders, i would now recognize senator murray. >> thank you for holding this important hearing. it is especially important to note obviously the issue of newtown focused everybody on it but this is an issue all of us have been working on a long time myself included and it is a great time to refocus, really important for the first hearing and i appreciate that. senator alexander, welcome to the new ranking member position and look forward to working with you at all the new members. a lot of great talent here. and we will be able to do some good things with this committee. and to both of my witnesses, i did want to go back, mentioned it several times but in the president's recently released gun violence package he should three parity provisions, one clarifying parity for medicaid, spanish plants, and parity provision included in the finally essential health benefit role and one that committed to issuing a final rule on the mental health parity addiction equity act which you mentioned that didn't make clear and you haven't made clea
senator, independent bernie sanders is a member of the budget committee and joins me now. senator, happy new year to you and thanks for joining us. what do you do now going forward with the debt ceiling crisis and everything else that you face, how do you change the climate in washington so that we're not living from cliff to cliff? >> i think the answer to that is you do what the american people want us to do. the american people understand that the middle class in this country is disappearing, poverty is at an all-time high, meanwhile, the wealthiest and largest corporations are doing phenomenally well and the gap between people on top and everyone else is growing wider. meanwhile, the wealthy and large corporations continue to pay relatively low tax rates. what the american people are telling me, what people in vermont are telling me, is that we cannot move towards deficit reduction on the backs of the elderly, the children, the sick, and the poor. that it is wrong. my republicans colleagues, including the previous speakers, talk about spending cuts. let's be clear what they are talki
sanders is credited for being macao financial fortune. junket operators use slick advertisers lure high rollers to vip rooms. there are tiny state officials who use macau to launder millions in illicit earnings. it is something operators do not like talking about. >> it is hard for me to say if there are such people. i do not know. most people are above board and follow the law. >> casino executives admit a crackdown. enforcement is attracting -- attracting more of the country's middle class. they have been experimenting with a greater variety of attractions. casino resorts have tried to expand beyond gaming by offering gondola rides. still , people come for one thing. -- still, people come for one thing only. they believe the chinese customer will seek out mccaul for what else it can offer. the-macau -- macau for what it can offer. >> does not make it the wrong business model. >> more gaming seems to be the draw. there may be no rush to gamble on anything else. >> flood waters are receding in mozambique's. 150,000 people were forced from their homes -- flood waters are receding in moza
any better. south carolina -- ace sanders. you know you have skills if you are playing college football and your first name and is ace. south carolina -- first quarter. devon gardner. cut to the chase. 16 seconds left. ellington in for the touchdown. south carolina comes back to beat michigan, 33-28. of course, this year it is the bowl game down in south carolina. there was a time when it was the day in football. now it is now a the. >> we will be back with the seven-day forecast. stay with us. >> here is a look at what we're working in -- working on for 11 news tonight's. a party gets out of hand. what sparked several calls to the police. plus, couples took the plunge on new year's day. those stories, plus the latest on the fiscal cliff and how it on the fiscal cliff and how it chances are, you're not made of money, so don't overpay for motorcycle insurance. geico, see how much you could save. >> tina, i got up this morning, and i was thinking -- you know, i got up this morning, and i was thinking, i know it was supposed to be cold, but it was 45 degrees. >> it is usually in t
, senator sanders, for holding this hearing. you've drawn a big crowd, i think, because it's an important issue. we are all gearing up here in washington for a fiscal cliff, coming in a couple weeks, and with that looming, we're beginning to hear the usual refrain how important it is to cut medicare benefits and to limit access to medicare to seniors, and that that's the responsible thing to do so save money, which, of course, is a ill-informed idea, particularly, in the context of a health care system that's 100 times more expensive than it was in 1960s, and if you look at the graph, it's an accelerating curve of upward costs, and when you look at a 2.7 trillion dollar annual expenditure on health care that's probably 50% higher, there's a 50% infirstefficiency permit paid in the united states compared to all of our industrialized competitors, we're at 18% of gdp, it's $800 billion a year spent unnecessarily. look at the scope of this. look at the accelerating rocketing pace of the increase, and you think you're going to solve that by cutting medicare? it's not right as the ceo said, tha
. senator whitehouse. >> thank you, senator sanders for holding this hearing. you've drawn a big crowd because it's an important issue. we are altering up in washington for the fiscal cliff, coming in a couple of weeks and with that i mean, we're beginning to hear the usual refrain about how important is to cut any care benefit and to limit access to medicare for seniors and that's the responsible thing to do to save money, which course is a preposterous and ill-informed media, particularly in the context of a health care system that is 100 times more unfit in the 60 and if you look at the graph, it's an accelerating curve of upper costs. we look at a $2.7 trillion annual expenditure on health care, that is probably 50% higher. a 50% inefficiency penalty compared to all of our industrialized competitors, the worst industrialized competitors will% of gdp. we ate% of gdp. look at the scope of this, accelerated pace at the end raise any think you'll saw by cutting medicare? it's simply not right as the ceo kaiser permanente george halverson said, that is an inept way of looking about heal
, by the way, bernie sanders even voted for it. >> caller: there you go. the only problem is in two months we'll be faced with the same situation. yet i was thinking once it passed the senate by such an overwhelming margin, the speaker had to garner up enough republican votes to pass this bill. >> caller: john boehner had a much better deal from republicans that he walked away from, thank god he did. was president obama gave away the store about a month ago. >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." ♪ every day presents another exciting issue. from financial regulation, iran getting a nuclear bomb, civil war in syria, fraud on wall street, destruction of medicare and medicaid. there are real issues here. having been a governor, i know that trade-offs are tough. things everyday exploding around the world that leave no shortage for exciting conversations. i want our viewer to understand why things have happened. at the end of the show, you know what has happened, why its happened and more importantly, what's going to happen tomorrow. ♪ >> announcer: chatting with you live a
democrats just don't show any freakin' backbone. good for bernie sanders, bernie sanders voted against this deal yesterday because he said it was a joke. i am not sure who else voted against it. we will check that during the break. here it is. we thought we were going to fix the filibuster. you know what? tom harkin said this. tom harkin said if we don't fix the filibuster president might as well take a vacation for the next four years because he is not the going to be able to get anything done. i have to tell you i am so disappointed in this and leader harry reid if if democrats don't get anything done on immigration reform can't get judges passed through the senate, can't get anything done on gun control because of filibuster, filibuster filibuster, it's their own damn fault for not changing it when they had the opportunity they had the moment they had the votes. filibuster reform. we were ready for it. it ain't going to happen. 866-55-press. 866-557-7377. alt are democrats such wimps? i don't get it. i don't get it. >> heard around the country an
of those debt talks. senator bernie sanders is going to join me and weigh in on that. >>> plus, she is back. secretary of state hillary clinton back at foggy bottom after suffering from the stomach flu, a concussion, and then a blood clot. how soon could she go before congress to testify about benghazi? >>> then our big question for you. is chuck hagel too controversial to be confirmed as defense secretary? tweet me @thomasaroberts or find me on facebook. we're back after this. [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus liquid gels speeds relief to your worst cold symptoms plus has a decongestant for your stuffy nose. thanks. that's the cold truth! [ male announcer ] the rhythm of life. [ whistle blowing ] where do you hear that beat? campbell's healthy request soup lets you hear it... in your heart. [ basketball bouncing ] heart healthy. great taste. mmm... [ male announcer ] sounds good. it's amazing what soup can do. we create easy-to-use, powerful trading tools for all. look at these streaming charts! they're totally customizable and they let you visualize what might happen next. that's geniu
question and specifically on lew. bernie sanders has said he will not vote for him. he said in my view, we need a treasury secretary who is prepared to stand up to corporate america and their powerful lobbyists and fight for policies that protect the working families in our country. i do not believe mr. lew is that person. it is worth noting, in 2008 jack lew oversaw one of the most controversial branches of citigroup and there has been -- we talked about it yesterday. we're talking about wall street and the white house and the university system being the military industrial complex of our time, quoting gabe sherman from "new york magazine" piece. there is a pipeline between this stuff, and when you have a treasury secretary that's setting monetary policy, should he be someone that is theoretically in could ka hoots with the street? >> that strikes me as a crazy attack from bernie sanders because lew -- it is true that lew wrote for citigroup. he is probably the most liberal group of the cabinet. he has spent his whole career on the left of the democratic party. you know, he is also a libe
to end up being on guns. >> i want to bring in independent senator bernie sanders to talk more about that. as she said, senator, and welcome to you, gun control just one of many issues congress is going to have to deal with. debt ceiling debate now postponed until may. the sequestering, the continuing resolution. and republicans are pushing for changes in entitlements. is this in large part about where the white house decides where to put its political capital? >> kwlourks know what, we have also forgotten in this discussion, we remain in the midst of a terrible, terrible recession. counting people who have given up looking for work and underemployed. we are looking at -- almost 15% of our population who is unemployed, who don't have jobs. real wages for millions of workers are going down. the gap between the very, very wealthy and everybody else is growing wider. so what concerns me is, yeah, you have to deal with gun control. deal with a lot of other issues, but we cannot -- we cannot forget the reality that tens and tens of millions of working people are really hurting. >> how would yo
this possible and the rosenberg foundation and they are here, the san francisco foundation and dr. sander herself and a round of applause, the california endowment and others provided tremendous financial support so thank you very much for that. [applause] . we really do appreciate it and the cohost and mary lee and tom torque son and who you met this morning and our next panel is planning for student safety opportunity and success and planning for action around the bay. our moderator is jill tucker an education reporter at the san francisco kron cell. i told jill it's hard to find bios online for reporters. they can stay out of google. she's award winning reporter and covered california schools for 14 years and knows a lot about this subject and was honored by the california teacher association and received the highest award about the growing number of homeless students in the school system. she is a san francisco native and was in the peace corps and tout in west africa and please welcome jill tucker. [applause] >> thank you. she just dated me with that 9090 peace corps thing. o
in indianapolis. we had lost bob sanders. we weren't playing great defense. bob came back for the playoffs and everybody else played better. and i think that's what you saw tonight. charles woodson talked about guys flying around, energy, peterson wasn't breaking tackles. i think this is a good sign for green bay as ty move forward, that charles woodson will give their defense that emotional lift they need. >> thanks very much. wildcard weekend continues tomorrow with two more games. the colts are in baltimore, where they used to reside. now they take on the ravens at 1:00 p.m. on cbs. then a matchup featuring two rookie quarterbacks as rg3 and the redskins host russell wilson and the seahawks at 4:30 p.m. on fox. let's focus on the second game. i sent you on your way by saying thank you, but there's more to ask you about. that's the second game, the seahawks and the redskins. who do you give the edge to? >> that's going to be a great game, and i know a lot of people are going to give the edge to seattle because of their defense. but i really like where the washington redskins are right no
sound sanders to pedestrians and cyclists can hear them on the record. wendy's workers in nebraska are being cut back to part time because franchisees say they cannot afford insurance required. kfc parent yum brands dipped after hours on weaker than expected earnings. taco bell chain is getting buzz for playing ball with one avid fan. a high school swimmer asked for a speedo with slogan, think outside the buns. to his surprise, the company replied, asking for his size. first came chicken nuggets, then mcbites and now mcdonald's is spreading its wings. mighty wings will be on menu in chicagos after successful test run in atlanta. the biggest consumer technology trade show kicks number of vegas today. among the highlights, a coffee table sized computer that works like a very large tablet. >>> just ahead, alabama bashes notre dame for yet another bcs title. what a game that was. >>> plus, all sorts of unexpected things can happen on live television. we got the video to prove it. >>> and "early today" in america -- a malfunctioning escalator set off panic and terror at a new jersey rai
, invited to attend the swearing in receptions for our good friend senator bernie sanders. >> nice. congratulations. >> bill: senator amy klobach. and the congressman who defeated allen west. >> oh, yeah, of all the wins, that was one of my favorites. >> bill: indeed. probably the best of all. we didn't get michele bachmann. we did get allen west. we're talking about the fact that the old congress still here until noon today but one thing they will not do, they've already done all of their business. john boehner says no no, no, come on. there's no urgency with hurricane sandy. we've already waited, force those people to wait six times longer than it took to get help to the people of new orleans. we can let them wait until two weeks. what's the hurry? yeah. ask chris christie about that. why would republicans do this? what's it all about? arthur is in miami florida. good morning. >> caller: good morning and happy new year bill. >> bill: happy new year. thank you. >> caller: i just think that the republicans i
. there is a progressive congress. they put out a people's budget. bernie sanders has exposed the fed giving out trillions of dollars in addition to the tarp bailout. >> barney frank has taken a hike. >> that is worth talking about. you see in this congress michele bachmann and michele bachmann one of these -- wannabe's. there are fights about redistricting. >> use of the one strength the president obama, his rhetorical skill, is not sufficient. >> it has not been used at the scale necessary in this time of crisis. america is in a crossroads. this is a moment comparable to coming out of the great depression. this was a moment coming out of the financial crisis when tectonic shifts are under way in this country. hope is not a policy. policy is a wonky word. hope needs a story, a narrative. here is what is going on in this country. president obama now is speaking more forcefully about what he wants to do it and against smoking out those who are obstructing. this is really wonky. anyway, i think one of the most exciting things are the movements of our times. i closed this book out before occupy. i wrote abou
the 'ole ball coach 1st quarter/ 7-3 south carolina ace sanders returns the punt 66 yards for a tochdown 14-3 south carolina 4th quarter/ 22-21 michigan jadeveon clowney with the big hit forces the fumble then recovers the ball with his free hand south carolina devin gardner hit jeremy gallon for the 17-yard touchdown pass 28-27 17 seconds left dylan thompson who was in for the injured starter puts it up for bruce ellington who makes the catch. cuts left and scores the winning northwestern ended 63 years of postseaon futility today head coach pat fitzgerald leading the wildcats to their first bowl win since 1949 gator bowl - northwestern vs mississippi st. pat fitzgerald and northwestern looking for their first bowl win since 1949 1st quarter/ scoreless tyler russell is intercepted by quintin williams whore turns it 30 yards for the touchdown 7-0 northwestern 3rd quarter/ 20-13 northwestern kain colter can't find a receiver so he takes off and runs 31 yards to the 4-yard- line next play trevor seimien 4-yard touchdown run 27-13 gatoraide bath and bowl win since 1949 49ers coach jim harbaugh
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